Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Manchester United can win the Premier League title this season.
The Swede has scored three goals in Man United’s first two opening league fixtures of the season, finding the back of the net twice in the 2-0 victory over Southampton on Friday evening.
He has won silverware around the world and has won 13 league titles in his last 14 seasons as a player.
Speaking about his goals, Ibrahimovic claims he is aiming to help push the team to lift the title.
“I believe that we can win the title, I have this vision,” he said.
“But we need to work hard for it and we will do everything to bother all the other teams that want to win.
“Now I’m just focusing on trying to help my team win and after two games we have two wins, which is the most important thing.
“Who scores is less important, as long as we are winning. Yes, I’ve scored three goals so far in the Premier League and I’m happy for that but it is only the beginning. The season is long, I will work hard, the team will work hard and slowly we will get better and better so let’s see what the outcome will be.
“The supporters at United are amazing and I have this feeling in every game that I’ve played that they are the 12th player on the field. I’ve played in many countries and many big teams and the supporters here are something else.”
Critics believed Ibrahimovic wouldn’t be able to perform in England, but he has dominated defenders in the Premier League and has gotten his campaign off to the perfect start.
Zlatan has one of the biggest names in football and his aura in the dressing room will play a vital role in helping lift the spirits of his team-mates.
He has a vital role to play and hopes are he’ll be able to keep his goal record rolling against Hull City next weekend.